Each year during the League's Annual Conference & Exhibit we get the honor of inducting someone to the Hall of Fame which recognizes individuals who have provided extraordinary public service to the League and local government. This year was no exception to that rule. This month on The Square, we chatted with our two newest Hall of Fame winners, Larry Burger and Teresa Rotschafer. Hear how they got involved in city government and what has kept them committed to serving Iowa cities. We also welcome Aaron Smith, Chief Bond Programs Director for Iowa Finance Authority. Aaron shares a variety of resources available to cities around the state and different ways the Iowa Finance Authority is making an impact on cities.
On this edition of The Arts Section, host Gary Zidek previews this year's Chicago Thanksgiving Parade, the 88th edition will march down State Street later this week. The Dueling Critics, Kerry Reid and Jonathan Abarbanel, stop by to talk about some New York plays that could make their way to Chicago. Later, Gary catches up with a young theater artist who has started her own theater company that's presenting a world premiere on the northside of Chicago. Gary also visits the Museum of Science and Industry to check out a new exhibit all about Mold-A-Rama machines. Plus, we'll revisit an interview with an author, who wrote a book about the history of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Stories in this episode: Day in History: 1972: Interstate 35 between Mason City and Twin Cities to soon open 'The Nostalgia Awakens': Vintage Star Wars toys exhibit opens in Red Wing Giving and keeping: Yammy Bear donates stem cells to studies, and himself Has Rochester passed Winona as an arts hub? 5 reasons why the Austin Bruins are in first place at the one-third mark of the season
This is a companion piece to Episode# 69 - J.R.R. Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript Exhibit. This is our LIVE reaction as we walked through the Exhibit for the FIRST TIME! We figured this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, so decided to try to find a way to share this moment with our audience! So, we purchased some cheap lapel-mics and recorded our reactions in real-time! Tune in to witness this amazing experience! (P.S. we apologize for the poor audio quality; we will be investing in better equipment for future escapades) Join our Discord: discord.gg/SyhuSseDh2 Check out our Merch Store: keep-on-tolkien-podcast.teemill.com Donate to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/KOTpodcast
This week we bring you a very special episode, all about our recent visit to the Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee Wisconsin! We made the trip so we could experience their current exhibit "J.R.R. Tolkien: The Art of the Manuscript"! This was a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and we are so grateful to our Patrons on Patreon for making this possible! Tune in to hear us nerd-out over some of the AMAZING pieces in this exhibit! Join our Discord: discord.gg/SyhuSseDh2 Check out our Merch Store: keep-on-tolkien-podcast.teemill.com Donate to our Patreon: www.patreon.com/KOTpodcast
Episode 235: Today I chat with Charlotte artist and friend, Patricia Boyer about her current exhibition at Coffey and Thompson Gallery in Charlotte, NC. We also talk about new directions. She’s been focusing integrating fashion and interior design into her art. We talk about it all. You don’t want to miss it! photos by bsm […] The post Patricia Boyer’s got a new Coffey and Thompson exhibit and I get to chat with her about it! appeared first on Let's Talk Art With Brooke.
The San Antonio Museum of Art's new exhibit “Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche,” examines the historical and cultural impact of Malinche — the Mexican figure who served as translator to Hernán Cortés during the conquest of Mesoamerica.
Markus Kreuger from the Historical Society of Clay County shares the details about the upcoming Ralph's Corner Bar exhibit. Collecting stories from patrons, a huge amount of memorabilia and a chance to sit in the ACTUAL booths again! The exhibit runs November 15th, 2022 through October 2023.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Who knew that one little letter could make such a difference? Poor Duvelle. Enjoy today's laugh at her expense. Just remember, you didn't hear it from me!Support the show
Adam Teicher of ESPN joins The Zone to discuss the Chiefs' win over the Titans and "exhibit A" in Patrick Mahomes' MVP case. Plus, KC's defense thrives while special teams remain a concern. Follow the show on Twitter: Jason Anderson (@J810Anderson), Joshua Brisco (@jbbrisco), Beards McFly (@BeardsMcFly).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Just days before the Portraits of Pride exhibit on the Boston Common was set to close, several of the photographs of LGBTQ leaders were slashed. With similar incidents targeting the LGBTQ community in recent months, we dive beneath the headlines and talk about what's going on.
Long-time business partners and artists Danielle Madore and Carrie Anne Kay Vinette are opening two exhibits as 2022 comes to a close. Carrie's opens November 4, 2022 at the Crow's Nest, located at 153 Island Ave, Peaks Island and Danielle's follows in December. In this story, Carrie and Danielle discuss their artistic backgrounds, the genesis of the Crow's Nest, the thinking behind Carrie's exhibit, and how the past several years have shaped art and people's identities. Carrie's exhibit runs from November 4 through November 24, 2022. Opening night hours on November 4 are from 5-8 pm with refreshments and fun. Regular hours are Saturdays and Sundays from 3-6 pm or by appointment. For more information about our guests, you can check out their websites and Instagram pages: Danielle Madore: danielledmadore.com (web) danithepirate_thecrowsnest (IG) Carrie Anne Kaye Vinette: ladybirdtattoo.com (web) ladieberdtatoo (IG) To follow Peaks Island Radio and get more island stories automatically, subscribe in your favorite podcast app or check out our website at peaksislandradio.com. If you have story ideas or want to support our work, you can reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peaksislandradio/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/peaksislandradio/support
Can kush be kosher? Of course it can! This episode, we're diving into the long and fascinating history of Jews and cannabis with Eddy Portnoy, historian of Jewish culture and the Director of Exhibitions at the New York City YIVO Institute for Jewish Research.Eddy tells host Brit Smith about the religious, ritual and cultural connections between Judaism and marijuana. They discuss evidence of hash residue at an ancient synagogue, the historic letters written by a Jewish woman asking to buy hashish, the key Jewish members of the modern cannabis movement like Israeli chemist Dr. Ralph Mechoulam and American botanist Ed Rosenthal, and more.Eddy also covers some of the items on display at the YIVO Institute's new exhibit "Am Yisrael High" all about Jews and Cannabis in Manhattan NYC, which runs through the end of 2022, and features their prized menorah bong. Find out more at Yivo.org/CannabisFollow us on social media @DifferentLeaf and @Different_Leaf and find host Brit Smith @BritTheBritishCheck out our new merchandise line at XDifferentLeaf.comOrder the new fall edibles issue of Different Leaf the magazine at DifferentLeaf.com or go to DifferentLeaf.com/on-the-newsstand to find your nearest in-person retailer
You're in the business of proving that the grace of God is real and relevant and enough — the praise of the glory of His grace. Broadcast #7537To help support this podcast, please visit walkwiththeking.org/donate and select "Podcast" from the dropdown menu.A transcript of this broadcast is available on our website here. To hear more from Bob Cook, you can find Walk With The King on Facebook or Instagram
Magnus Walker joins the Autopian Podcast to talk about Mopar. No kidding... You think we're saying the P-word on this podcast? You're crazy. Well, maybe once or twice we mentioned the P-word with Magnus a living breathing walking icon of automotive. Over a decade after Urban Outlaw, Magnus is still red-lining with new "build" projects, unveiling a brand new expose on his P-words at the greatest automotive museum in the world, and his opinion on car culture has never been more refined. Yes, Magnus schools David on LA car culture. There is no substitute.
(Lander, WY) – On today's KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM's Coffee Time, host Vince Tropea chatted with Patti Baldes and Lander Art Center (LAC) Outreach Coordinator Oakley Boycott. Baldes is one of the Curators, along with Lynette St. Clair, for this year's "Art of Home" exhibit, which will be having its opening reception this Friday, November 4, at the LAC. (This also coincides with First Fridays.) The suggested theme for this year is the "exploration of home through the matriarchy," and indigenous artists in the Wind River Reservation area are encouraged to submit their artwork to the exhibit. h/t LAC event flyer In addition to providing details on the exhibit, Baldes discussed some projects going on at the Wind River Native Advocacy Center, and recapped the second ceremony for the Rematriate project she filled us in on the last time she appeared on Coffee Time. Boycott also gave us the lowdown ons ome of the other LAC happenings as well. Check out the full Coffee Time interview with Baldes and Boycott below. Be sure to tune in to Coffee Time every morning at 8:00 AM on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM, or stream it live right here.
On today's episode of “The Macro Trading Floor,” Andreas is joined by Jack Farley Host of Forward Guidance to discuss big tech earnings, preparing for a recession in Europe and natural gas prices. Natural gas prices in Europe plunged due to a mild start to winter throughout October, European next hour Dutch TTF actually briefly turned negative. Andreas & Jack walk through the dynamics sending prices lower and discuss if Europe is through the worst? Finally, Andreas shares his actionable trade idea, but to hear that, you'll have to tune in! -- This episode is sponsored by Saxo Bank. Saxo Bank offers unparalleled market coverage across fiat, crypto and metals. Moreover, they provide free currency subaccounts and competitive interest rates on deposits in local currencies. Learn more at https://goto.saxo/macrofx -- Follow Andreas: https://twitter.com/AndreasSteno Follow Jack: https://twitter.com/JackFarley96 Follow Blockworks: https://twitter.com/Blockworks_ Subscribe To The Macro Compass: https://themacrocompass.substack.com/ Subscribe To Stenos Signals: https://andreassteno.substack.com/ Get top market insights and the latest in crypto news. Subscribe to Blockworks Daily Newsletter: https://blockworks.co/newsletter/ -- Referenced In The Show: Meta Reports Third Quarter 2022 Results: https://s21.q4cdn.com/399680738/files/doc_financials/2022/q3/Meta-09.30.2022-Exhibit-99.1-FINAL.pdf -- (00:00) Introduction (00:37) U.S Earnings Season (06:45) The 10yr/3m Yield Curve Inverts (11:06) Preparing For A Recession In Europe (15:48) Progressing Through the Tightening Cycle (19:34) European Natural Gas (28:42) Andreas' Actionable Trade Idea -- Disclaimer: Nothing discussed on The Macro Trading Floor should be considered as investment advice. Please always do your own research & speak to a financial advisor before thinking about, thinking about putting your money into these crazy markets.
One of the fastest growing neighborhood food scenes is also expanding rapidly with infrastructure. After taking two years off, one of Nashville's most popular seasonal attractions makes a comeback. Plus, with the announcement of a new Titans stadium, will this increase our chances of a Super Bowl being hosted in Nashville? Some say no.New YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKjWKXfpjtNL0oL2R6MKSxwTake a Tour With Us! Use code NASH for 20% off - https://www.xplrnash.com/toursToday's Sponsors: Brad Reynolds https://thinkbrad.com/Screened Threads Use the Code "NashvilleDaily" for 10% off online and in-store https://screenedthreads.com/Nash NewsRedevelopment at Donelson Plaza continues with new housing, public libraryhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/on-the-rise/redevelopment-at-donelson-plaza-continues-with-new-housing-public-libraryOpryland set to celebrate 20th ICE! Exhibit during the holidays following two-year hiatushttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/opryland-set-to-celebrate-20th-ice-exhibit-during-the-holidays-following-two-year-hiatusSuper Bowl Chances & Perks of New StadiumNissan's naming rights to Titans stadium wouldn't automatically adorn new domed stadium https://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/10/20/nfl-tennessee-titans-stadium-naming-rights-nissan.htmlNew Tennessee Titans stadium could be ready by 2026 season, officials sayhttps://www.wsmv.com/2022/10/17/mayor-cooper-titans-announce-details-new-stadium/NFL: How soon Nashville could host a Super Bowl in a new Tennessee Titans stadiumhttps://www.bizjournals.com/nashville/news/2022/10/25/nfl-nashville-host-super-bowl-titans-new-stadium.htmlNew Titans Stadium Could Bring in over $100 Million Per Eventhttps://fox17.com/news/local/new-titans-stadium-could-bring-in-over-100-million-per-event-nashville-tennessee-titans-national-football-league-ssuperbowl-events-concert-venue?fbclid=IwAR11nx14fljEujozsNsm-TYZvrKlz4yPiDGY342oZ-5sN0AeVDLsz4uk0fw#Are you a Titans PSL holder? Officials say your new stadium seat is still being figured outhttps://www.newschannel5.com/news/are-you-a-titans-psl-holder-officials-say-your-new-stadium-seat-is-still-being-figured-outNashville Daily Artist of the Day Playlist https://open.spotify.com/playlist/51eNcUWPg7qtj8KECrbuwx?si=nEfxeOgmTv6rFUyhVUJY9AFollow us @ XPLR NASH Website - https://nashvilledailypodcast.com/ YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/xplrnash Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/xplr.nash/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/xplr_nash NASHVILLE & XPLR MERCH - https://www.xplrnash.com/shopMedia and other inquiries please email email@example.com
Nearly a dozen companies that wrote property and homeowners insurance policies have gone under since the devastating hurricane seasons of 2020 and 2021. This has led to a crisis in Louisiana's insurance industry, and now lawmakers are paying attention. Capitol Access reporter Paul Braun tells us more about this mounting insurance crisis and how legislators are responding. October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and numerous state and local officials are using this time to draw awareness to cybersecurity issues. Larissa Millet and Ryan Smith, information systems security engineers of Stephenson Technologies, inform us on how to better protect our devices in a work-from-home world, and tell us about their upcoming cyber-security demonstration event. Some might say it's never too early to start thinking about Mardi Gras – and the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge might agree. Earlier this week, the museum unveiled its new exhibit, “Carnival in the Nation's Capital: The Washington Mardi Gras Ball.” Museum Division Director and exhibition designer Rodneyna Hart tells us more about what this classic Louisiana event looks like in D.C. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Adam Vos. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and our digital editor is Katelyn Umholtz. Our engineers are Garrett Pittman, Aubry Procell, and Thomas Walsh. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12:00 and 7:30 pm. It's available on Spotify, Google Play, and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We saw Roger Dean and Freyja Dean's art at The Secret Path exhibit in San Francisco, and here's our broad overall thoughts on the experience before we delve deeper in a later episode! Later in the week, we'll be putting out a more detailed video tour of the experience, with our commentary accompanying the footage. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yesshift/support
What happens when a couple of Swiss guys take over a mostly dormant watch brand, and reinvigorate, reinvest, and then engineer it back into one of the leading independent brands? One outcome is that when you see these watches you immediately know that they are high-quality and intriguing, but you have to learn more and look hard to understand why. And as you spend more time with them, like I did with three of them on my wrist for several weeks, the more you realize is there. As a naturalist, I couldn't help to see the parallels to ants. If you have not studied ants yourself, these small social insects are amazing to observe and comprehend–whether they are carrying three sisters in their mandibles across the pavement with relative ease, or driving through the forest in a column that will eat a large mammal–a literal lifetime of fascination exists in each little organism. There is similar depth in the story of these watches and their design.In our conversation with Raphael, the Formex CEO, and Markus, the Formex Director of Marketing, we discuss the history of Formex and how the brand has evolved over the past half-decade. The Formex team helps us understand the unique features of their watches and the engineering that has gone into them, such as the automotive-like shock system and their proprietary carbon fiber material. and discuss the specifics of the Essence 39, the Leggera 41, and the Reef diver. This discussion just begins to unearth the evolution, form, and function of these watches, a brand that should be in consideration as one of the best value propositions in watches. Raphael also describes the origin of the name “Formex” from two French words, forme and extrème. Even here there is a convergence with the myrmecological world with the formica being the Latin word for ant, and myrmex being ant in Greek. In the end, on this Dogwatch shift we discuss the story of the incredible evolution of a brand and the example of how its watches can provide endless fascination.As a brief announcement, if you are going to be anywhere near New York City this coming weekend, you should certainly stop by the Windup Watch Fair and say hi to the Formex team and check out these watches in person. The show is Friday, October 21 and Saturday October 22 from 12-6:00 pm. Sunday is from 12-5. It is hosted by Worn & Wound, and if you don't know them, check out our interview with co-founder Zach Weiss On the Dogwatch Episode #40. The fair is in the Altman building on West 18th St, and I guarantee you will be glad you went.
The 1864 Sand Creek Massacre was one of the most horrific moments in Colorado history — hundreds of Cheyenne and Arapaho women, children, and elders were murdered by U.S. soldiers as they camped under a white flag of peace. More than 150 years later, the painful remnants of this brutal mass murder are still fresh for many survivors' descendants, but they haven't always been treated respectfully by those in charge of commemorating our state's history. Host Bree Davies sits down with Westword editor Patricia Calhoun to talk about the story she broke about the last time History Colorado tried to open an exhibit dedicated to the Sand Creek Massacre, in 2012, and the decade of soul-searching that led to the new one opening next month. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland recently dedicated more than 3,000 additional acres of land to become part of the Sand Creek Massacre Historic Site. Almost a decade after the first ill-conceived History Colorado exhibit closed, the museum will open a brand exhibit with support of the tribes next month. We talked extensively about Patty's 2013 Westword investigation, “A Century and a Half Later, the Wounds of Sand Creek are Still Fresh”, which looked into History Colorado's mishandling of its first Sand Creek Massacre exhibit. In the newscast, Bree mentioned Camp Hale — Learn more about the new historic site from our pal, reporter Catie Cheshire at Westword, in this story: ”Five Things Joe Biden Should Know About Camp Hale and Leadville”. Check out our newly redesigned newsletter! Read and subscribe to Hey Denver here: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ We are on twitter: @citycastdenver Leave us a voicemail with your name and neighborhood, and you might hear it on the show: (720) 500-5418 Looking to advertise on City Cast Denver? Check out our options for podcast and newsletter ads at citycast.fm/advertise Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code PHILLYTAKE at MANSCAPED.com! According to Rich Hofmann of The Athletic, the Sixers have signed 23-year old G Mac McClung to an Exhibit 10 deal. In other news, PJ Tucker had some interesting comments regarding Tyrese Maxey, Joel Embiid, and his mindset on winning another championship. Today, we break all of this down and more! #Sixers #macmcclung #SixersNews #PJTucker #JoelEmbiid #TyreseMaxey #NBA #NBANews #ad #manscapedpod Philly Take with RB Merch Store: https://philly-take-with-rb.creator-spring.com/ CashApp: https://cash.app/$phillytakewithrb Subscribe to Philly Take with RB on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6xo8_BSzZJVYfWEqEt1Gw INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rbphillytake/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RBPhillyTake
In the news today: For our first headline of the day focusing on city news, 66% of August use of force incidents were against young Black men, ELPD reports. For our second headline focusing on campus news, Board actions are 'doing harm to campus, reputation of MSU,' provost says. For our final headline of the week focusing on culture, '0.4 degrees Celsius away from catastrophe': Exhibit confronts climate crisis.
In this episode, Eric sits down with Los Angeles based Postwar & Contemporary sculptor Charles Dickson. They discuss his first exposure to art, how he was specifically drawn to carving at a very young age to, eventually become a child prodigy.. his educational path, involvement in various organizations and the great artists who inspired and mentored him including the legendary Charles White, William Pajaud, John Ottobridge and Noah Purifoy; how they inspired him, informed his work and helped him overcome challenges that he faced along the way. They discuss his artistic journey including his unique process and innovative approach to making art; the numerous mediums he has worked with, his fascination with technology and the chemical make-up of materials. The various “phases” he has gone through and concepts he has dealt with throughout his career that fuel his creative and inventive process. The camaraderie he shares with fellow artists and his desire to empower through teaching; exchange of knowledge, technique and experience with others!For more visit: www.ericsperspective.comGuest Bio: Postwar & Contemporary sculptor Charles Dickson is an African American Los Angeles native who sculpts in a variety of media including wood, stone, and bronze and is known for incorporating a potpourri of objects and media into his prolific creation of art. He grew up in Watts and had the good fortune to attend an excellent High School with an extremely advanced wood shop/applied arts department. He was given a scholarship to study at Otis Art Institute with Charles White over the summer. Largely self-taught, Dickson is inspired by classical art and the ancient cultures of Africa and Mexico. A master wood carver, Dickson's work is ancestrally driven. The artist incorporates his unique life experiences and surrounding urban environment to create pieces that express different perspectives of the African American experience. Charles Dickson seeks to create a language that conveys what he terms, “the black American aesthetic”. Dickson's work with Black Nudes was also the precursor for a much larger artistic dialogue on the politics of beauty and how the consequences of slavery reverberated in contemporary society that has extended throughout his entire career.For the last fifty years, Charles Dickson has practiced the art of sculpting and has participated in one hundred Professional Exhibitions, including numerous key galleries and museums such as California African American Museum having featured Charles Dickson's work. He has participated in numerous Television Shows and has been written about in various art Magazines, newspaper articles. Charles Dickson has been awarded several public commissions throughout Southern California and works with the Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust and Offices of The Trust for Public Land LA River Center to create sculptures within the community… and has received numerous Honors and Awards throughout his celebrated career. Today Dickson is an Artist in Residence at Watts Towers Art Center and the Grounds Keeper for LACMA and the Watts Towers Monument. Dickson continues to sculpt in his Compton studio where he has created a peaceful environment that is open to the public. For more on Eric's Perspective, visit www.ericsperspective.com#ERICSPERSPECTIVE #AFRICANAMERICAN #ART SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2vVJkDn LISTEN ON: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2B6wB3USpotify: https://spoti.fi/3j6QRmWGoogle Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fNNgrYiHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2KtYGXv Pandora: https://pdora.co/38pFWAmConnect with us ONLINE: Visit Eric's Perspective website: https://bit.ly/2ZQ41x1Facebook: https://bit.ly/3jq5fXPInstagram: https://bit.ly/39jFZxGTwitter: https://bit.ly/2OMRx33
VOODO FE: born in Brooklyn, of Haitian heritage, is a prolific Renaissance Artist with over 7,000 works of art in multiple mediums: visual art, music, fashion design, graphic design, digital art, jewelry, brand collateral, and invented products. As a musician, Voodo Fe and his band opened for Run DMC, Naughty by Nature, played at Amsterdam's High Times Festival and more. He is a creative edgy, apparel designer, painter, musician, producer and writer, currently designing a fashion and art collection with the Miles Davis estate, as well as Rohan Marley's Lion Order (Roots Luxury Brand), to start, with more on the horizon. He has designed for: Calvin Klein, DKNY, the NFL, the NBA, Echo, Avirex, and commissioned by Beyonce. His art in the homes of Janelle Monae, Tiger Woods, Dave Chappelle, Talib, and others. One of Voodo Fe's mantras is: Exhibit, Experiment, Experience when it comes to his Spot For Art store on Myrtle in Brooklyn, the only NFT store in Brooklyn, where he experiments with the effects of color theory and art on health, through his ArtScience program. His passion and advocacy is for the artist, so he is working on programs to teach them how to align artistry and industry with economics. Through his personal challenges with various addictions since the age of 12, Voodo Fe has endured much in the way of physical and mental pain, and was able to go cold-turkey later. He has been able to navigate around bi-polar and other issues without being on the chemical highway, via meditation, good sleep and cleanliness, eating on time, exercise and being around those that care, recognize and support his needs. With weak lungs, a heart condition, and over 10 surgeries, Voodo Fe has a 100 year succession plan written out to keep his dream moving forward, with the help from his team, spiritual guides and the Law of Attraction methodology. A force to be reckoned with on many levels including kinetically........Check him out here: IG- @voodofe @thespotforart and at www.spotforart.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ozzie-stewart/support
Nothing energizes and motivates an artist like being offered an exhibit, especially one that involves showing a lot of pieces together. Even experienced artists with a history of exhibits feel excited by the opportunity, but also a little daunted by all the work and planning involved. For artists preparing for their first big exhibit, there is a lot to learn and figure out. Today we'll go through some of the practical aspects of preparing for a show, based on Rebecca's almost 40 years of experience with exhibiting her work--and in a future episode we'll consider some of the other challenges involved with showing your work. There is much to consider in the complex process of mounting an exhibit, starting with deciding if you're ready to exhibit and whether it will be beneficial to you at this time, and how to approach a venue about providing you with the time and space to show your work. You may decide to apply to a non-commercial space like a community art center, or you may already be represented by a commercial gallery and request a slot on the roster of upcoming shows. In either case, preparing a body of work and checking off all the steps needed to make that happen takes considerable time and effort. Yet exhibiting your work is an important step in completing the cycle of creating art and providing the opportunity for an audience to see it. Beyond simply providing the work for a show, your responsibilities in mounting an exhibit also include framing, packing, and shipping or delivering the work, providing your own publicity, and providing such things as your artist statement, price list, photos of the work, and other information to support the show according to the venue's timeline. Consider whether you have the time and willingness to comply with all expectations, and ideally, give yourself at least six months to a year to prepare. A good tip is to prepare more work than you think you will need for the exhibit so that you can curate the best possible grouping. The amount of commitment needed for this process may seem daunting if you are just beginning this phase of your art career, but with experience it becomes more routine. But it is an important step. Maintaining an exhibition schedule is a mark of someone who is truly dedicated to their work, whether that is for the purpose of selling it or not. Exhibiting is a mark of your desire to share the work that you are proud of. Thanks to everyone who has been sharing the show and donating! If you would like to donate to the Messy Studio Podcast donate here (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=Yyrf7Ht1DYfkYzAaWNoW8zuvCpTryLYsxY2VAj4qGZ3o2o4F7xHGv4VmDDef7kFxuvbgpz_z4jUa-z7F). When you buy art supplies at Blick remember to use our affiliate link to support the podcast! Bookmark this link and then you don't even have to think about it again. This is one of the best ways to support the show. It takes a few seconds and costs you nothing! The Blick website works exactly the same way, but we earn 10% every time you buy art supplies. www.messystudiopodcast.com/blick What's new at Cold Wax Academy? Rebecca and Jerry have just announced their topics for Fall Quarter which begins October 12. With a special focus on member participation, they are planning a couple of new features--one will be online mentoring to help with issues in creative practices, and one session this quarter will be devoted to members tracking their painting progress over the past year. The quarterly member critique and a painting clinic for works in progress will also be featured, along with further information on professional development. You can sign up for one of two membership levels at any time, and catch up on the past two years of recorded weekly sessions at your own pace. Please visit http://www.coldwaxacademy.com for more information. Also-- stay tuned for information coming soon about Rebecca and Jerry's newest project, Espacio, dedicated to providing beautiful living and working spaces for artists and writers. Espacio's first offering is Casa Clavel, a modern, fully equipped house opening this September in the beautiful cultural city of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. You can learn more and make a reservation by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. A dedicated Espacio website is coming soon! Here is what a member named Sandy has to say about her own experience with Cold Wax Academy: "Rebecca and Jerry have presented the most professional, authentic and structured approach to a creative activity I have ever come across. Their selfless sharing of all their knowledge and encouragement is a gift in my life unsurpassed." Have an art related product, service, or event you would like to advertise on the Messy Studio Podcast? 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Climate change is happening all around us. Droughts, flooding, shrinking glaciers, rising carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and wildfires are all consequences of climate change. At The Wild Center, the Climate Solutions exhibit asks an important question – what can we do about climate change? In this episode, discover how different people in the Adirondacks (New York) are committing to being part of the solution and ways you can make a difference by gardening, farming, or composting. After listening to this episode, I hope you'll consider how you can join the growing community of people working towards addressing climate change by leaning on your skills, talents, and interests. This episode is made possible by The Wild Center in Tupper Lake, New York. All thoughts and opinions shared in this episode are my own. Did you enjoy this episode? Let me know by leaving a rating and review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. It'll take less than a minute. Also, please take a moment to share what you'd like for us to cover next on the show. Request a podcast episode here. Work With Me: Need help saving for travel, leverage points, and miles to travel inexpensively, or finding cheap flights? Book a 1:1 money coaching session with Danielle Desir Corbett. Email email@example.com for brand partnerships and business inquiries. Read My Books: Affording Travel Traveling With a Full-Time Job Managing Your Money As A New Homeowner Follow on Twitter: @thethoughtcard Follow on Instagram: @thedanielledesir Link to episode: https://podcast.thoughtcard.com/climate-solutions-exhibit/
Want to receive this listing in your inbox? Signup for our weekly newsletter:https://landing-newsletter.acquanon.com/-----Michael Girdley (@Girdley) Bill D'Alessandro (@BillDA) and Mills Snell (@thegeneralmills), we talk about a profitable exhibit house with recurring revenue in Houston. We'll talk about how this works and how a business like this differentiates itself from other businesses. In addition, we will also be discussing how this business can face continuous changes in the business world, especially after the pandemic because as we all know, this major event in the world changed everything. Most importantly, you will find out if this deal is worth it.-----Thanks to our sponsor!MoreNow.co: We help you hire exceptional manager and director-level talent that costs 80% less than US-based staff.Tap into one of the world's most talented labor pools - The PhilippinesGo to morenow.co/aa and fill out the form. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Mention this pod for 15% of your first hire. -----Do you love Acquanon and want to see our smiling faces? Subscribe to our Youtube channel.Do you enjoy our content? Rate our show!Follow us on Twitter @acquanon Learnings about small business acquisitions and operations.-----Show Notes:(00:00) - Introduction(00:40) - Our Sponsor is Morenow.co(01:44) - Deal & financials: A profitable exhibit house with recurring revenue (03:16) - What's the history of this deal?(06:01) - How does an exhibit house work?(07:20) - How does a business like this differentiate itself?(12:26) - What are the options the business has in dealing with the constant changes in the business world?(13:45) - What are the long-term trends for this business?(16:18) - Michael's advice in making a Deal.(18:10) - How do you find the right Broker?(19:45) - Do we like this Deal?(23:04) - We're getting our checkbooks ready!-----Additional episodes you might enjoy:#125 Should we buy a CBD shop?#124 How much would we pay for this Water Safety and Compliance Co?#122 ATMs are a sick business. Cash is King! #105 How to Make Money in the E-Commerce Game - Bill D'Alessandro gives an e-Commerce masterclass - Part 1#75 SBA Loan Secrets with Heather Endresen, expertise from a Billion-Dollar Loaner
Guest host Dr. Refky Nicola summarizes a recent review article from RadioGraphics. Find out how to stand out from the crowd and create your own outstanding exhibit. Creating an Award-winning RSNA Education Exhibit. Albasha and Burkett et al. RadioGraphics 2022; 42:E106-E108.
CPR's Andrew Kenney talked to Gov. Jared Polis and his Republican challenger Heidi Ganahl about their plans to address affordable housing in the state. Then, photographer Juan Fuentes has a new exhibit at the Denver Art Museum, using his photographs to tell the story of his community. And, Zoe Chace explains people's power to influence others at the Aspen Ideas Festival. Also, Colorado Matters is looking for artists from southern Colorado to perform in this year's Holiday Extravaganza.
The Eleventh Circuit rules against Donald Trump, allowing the government to continue its prosecution of the Former President. Trump talks with Sean Hannity about Mar-a-Lago and says the FBI took his will!Mike Lindell sues the Biden Administration and Merrick Garland at the DOJ for the return of his property that was seized at a Hardee's drive through. Lindell's lawyers publish the Exhibit and Search Warrant cover sheet that reveals what the FBI is investigating. Lawyer Alan Dershowitz says they may be considering a Special Master to review the materials on the cell phone.Shannon Brandt is charged with vehicular homicide for the alleged killing of Caylor Ellingson in North Dakota. Brandt explains he was fearful that the 18-year old Ellingson was a threat to him as a result of his politics. In this video, we review the Affidavit and Probable Cause statement and the criminal charging document.Become a Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQa62kyOcsyhVUqyvRCbDNQ/joinMindmaps & More: https://linktr.ee/robertgouveiaWe Help Good People: https://www.rrlawaz.comMindmap Software: https://www.mindmeister.com/?r=1185699#Trump #MikeLindell #CaylorEllingsonZBiotics Pre-Alcohol ProbioticBreaks down the byproduct of alcohol responsible for rough mornings after drinking.Brand
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In this episode, Eric speaks with artist, actor & singer; Suesan Stovall. They discuss how she first became exposed to the arts and artists and the role her family played in surrounding her with art and immersing her into the art world. They discuss her artistic journey -- beginning with acting and the performing arts; her training and education and how she transitioned into making art, which began as a way to sustain her performing career.. from collage as a hobby, to selling her work, to eventually building a following, clientele.. and showing her work at galleries! How she eventually moved to Los Angeles, fell into the music scene, doing music for movies and commercials. They discuss the art scene in LA and how Black Artists are gaining more and more recognition and explore her artists process, what inspires her and the thematic nature of her work; that pays homage to her ancestors. For more visit: www.ericsperspective.comGuest Bio: Born and raised in New York City; Suesan Stovall is an important American artist of memory and message. Strong statements of history, injustice and longing are delivered with humor, irony and love in mixed media and collage.. performance and music. A common theme of her work is remembrance. She often documents the past, from an old building being torn down to African American slavery to Native American land displacement. The daughter of the civil rights pioneer and newswoman Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Stovall frequently incorporates themes from the African American experience into her work. She is a homeless advocate, has been photographing homeless people for years. Owner of the Groovy Sue Gallery: the tiny boutique gallery, a converted garage in Martha's Vineyard that hosts her work. About Eric's Perspective: A podcast series on African American art with Eric Hanks — African American art specialist, owner of the renowned M. Hanks Gallery; offers his perspective on African American art through in-depth conversations with fellow art enthusiasts where they discuss the past, present & future of African American art.For more on Eric's Perspective, visit www.ericsperspective.com#ERICSPERSPECTIVE #AFRICANAMERICAN #ART SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/2vVJkDn LISTEN ON: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2B6wB3USpotify: https://spoti.fi/3j6QRmWGoogle Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3fNNgrYiHeartRadio: https://ihr.fm/2KtYGXv Pandora: https://pdora.co/38pFWAmConnect with us ONLINE: Visit Eric's Perspective website: https://bit.ly/2ZQ41x1Facebook: https://bit.ly/3jq5fXPInstagram: https://bit.ly/39jFZxGTwitter: https://bit.ly/2OMRx33 www.mhanksgallery.comAbout Eric Hanks: African American art specialist, owner of the renowned M. Hanks Gallery was one of the leading representatives of Black artists through his Santa Monica gallery, M. Hanks Gallery, founded in 1988. By selling their works nationally, contributing to museum collections, and publishing catalogs, Hanks has helped create an audience and market for these artists.
Alex and Facci start things off looking at the recent moves the Pacers made over the weekend...the team signed James Johnson as well as 3-other players to Exhibit-10 deals for training camp. The guys discuss Kendall Brown's two-way signing becoming official and what they like about these signings. Then, the guys share their rotation for the upcoming season and how they would divvy up the minutes! At the end of the show, Alex shares a fun three team trade idea that he hasn't shared before! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Is it possible to worship God even when He takes everything away from us? This is the question facing us in the book of Job, and the test case will be the godly man Job himself. He will be God's Exhibit A—to answer the question with a resounding, “Yes!” Job 1:6-12 LINKS: Join The Crew: https://www.wisdomonline.org/lp/join-the-crew Make a donation: https://www.wisdomonline.org/give Free issue of our magazine: https://www.wisdomonline.org/lp/magazine
We dive into the suspension of Suns owner Robert Sarver, Dennis Schroder's strong EuroBasket play creating NBA interest, Exhibit-10 contracts and how they work, future moves coming for the Jazz and the truth about the Lakers' cap situation... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices